Nurturing the innate intelligences of each child..
Play is a child’s work. We believe that children learn best through play where they get to exercise their cognitive, sensorimotor, socio-emotional, and language faculties. Lessons are embedded in structured and free play where children are able to apply and work-out...
Our grade school curriculum is K-12 compliant where there is smooth transition between grade levels and continuum of competencies through spiral progression where learning of knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes increase in depth and breadth.
The special intervention program caters to children who are either experiencing difficulty with the regular class or are formally diagnosed to have a developmental disorder. Partnering with other health professionals, the program provides...
Junior High School
1st year Junior High School students (or Grade 7) are the first to undergo the enhanced secondary education program.
Given our situation, your BCHS Team has made consultations and meetings to creatively and effectively continue the education of our students, taking into consideration the limitations of physical contact and actual presence in school. Hence, we have decided to go online initially in the delivery of our classes. But before we did so, we conducted several run-throughs to make sure that indeed our online system, methods, and most especially pedagogy, will deliver the most efficient and effective outcome of nurturing the intelligences of our dear learners.
Parents who have difficulty accessing the internet or opt to minimize the use of online learning can go for a Modular Program. Designed to foster independent learning, the modular setup is achieved through the distribution of modules or tasks during the week with minimal assistance from the teacher. Contact between teacher and student can be done through text, call , or occasional online conference. The assistance of the parent is expected to motivate the child to finish the tasks expected and provide coaching as well when necessary.
The blended learning program is characterized by online and occasional face-to-face classes. The child is expected to interact with classmates and teachers, submit projects, take tests, etc online. However, occasional meetup with classmates and teachers is also done in school to do tasks that are best accomplished through face-to-face interaction and also provide opportunity for students to socialize with their peers, observing always healthy precautions and preventing measures for safety.
Our DLP constitutes a purely online platform where the student becomes part of an online class in his grade level but will not be required to attend face-to-face interaction present in the blended learning program. The student shall be given tasks and activities which are purely achieved virtually. This is applicable to students who may be living far away from the school or are not yet prepared to blend in with other students physically due to health risks brought about by the pandemic.